Evernote won't let you opt out of employees reading parts of your notes



Evernote CEO Chris O’Neil was put on the defensive Thursday as he was forced to explain his company’s new privacy policy following a backlash from users. 

In an update posted on Evernote’s blog Thursday, O’Neil said the company had “communicated poorly” about the changes and attempted to clarify the more controversial parts of the policy, which allows Evernote employees to access user notes.

“Privacy has always been at the heart of Evernote, and we’re as committed as ever to upholding our Three Laws of Data Protection,” he wrote, referring to the company’s internal policy around how it handles user data. Read more…

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